Photos are from a honeymoon in 1936! Here's how I used the scrap pack:
Silver heart charm ~ trailing after the butterfly
Embriodery floss ~ used to 'sew' buttons and on tiny honeymoon scrapbook binding
Assorted buttons ~ 8 were used around the photos and 7 were used to raise the heart and scrapbook
Pink confetti hearts ~ 4 were used on the cover of the scrapbook and 1 inside the scrapbook
Map page ~ picture of a lake that was on the map page was cut and mounted into little scrapbook
Manilla index divider ~ used as the cover of the scrapbook
Tea bag ~ I removed the tea leaves and shirred the bag with needle and thread, distressed it, and used to crown the heart
Shipping tags and wire ~ tags were used for the inside pages of the scrapbook and the scrapbook title card; the wire was used for the thingys on the butterfly's head and the trailing love charm
Small binder clip ~ it is the body of the butterfly. I cut a butterfly with a CB, embossed it, inked it and mounted it on the clip...the wings of the butterfly can actually move
Sandpaper ~ I cut out a heart and dabbed silver and red ink on it.
For the photos, using a knife, I cut an X on the cardstock and folded the cardstock back to expose the photos.